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Surry County Philosophy Menu
roasted red delight potatoes, green beans, baked French fries, Caesar salad, peach cup, fresh fruit. Tuesday: Cheese French bread with marinara, lasagna with Italian bread stake, pulled pork BBQ sandwich, BBQ slaw, baked beans, baked potato sticks
1 Blender – I have one as interest of a combination with my food processor. 2 Electric Grill – we had one which we did use but when it died I did not consider replacing it. A bit of a fad, I guess. 3 Baby Food Maker – it is a long everything since I was making food for babies but I have no idea what this would be. 4 Microwave oven – yes, I have a microwave but I use it less and less. If it died, I would not automatically rush out and buy another one. 5 Panini Correspondents – I expect this is like my sandwich press which I use quite a bit. This is my food processor and all of the associated gadgets in the cupboard. The blender is with some of the other bits in the box at the back. Like most things, I do not use it to its overflowing potential although the blender, citrus juicer, grater and slicer attachments are well-used. I also have a Kitchen-Aid stand mixer and the pasta attachment for it. Here are the take it easy of my appliances in the convenient appliance cupboard. Kettle – used on the gas stove if we lose power. Slow-cooker – very well-used for soup, baked potatoes, casseroles, refried beans. Sandwich iron – toasted sandwiches and I also use it for cooking pancakes. Bread slicing guide – very useful for home-made bread. Juicer – rarely second-hand – very difficult to clean. I also have a stick blender in another cupboard. I have never been seduced by the single-purpose appliances such as a pie-maker, ice-cream maker, popcorn maker or hot dog thingummy but I still have loads of gadgets. If I were to get rid of any it would be the juicer, I think. It is interesting to consider how our needs change, particularly as families grow and children leave home. Our diet and the types of grub we eat has changed over the years, also. This is how clutter can become a problem – something that was essential 10 years ago is not longer required but we are loathe to move it along. Microwave – use it unimaginative. Electric Frypan – use it 2 or 3 times a week. Food Processer – use it once a week/fortnight. Blender – came with the Food Processor- has never been old. Pie Maker – use it heaps espceially in Winter – great invention. Stick Blender – use it heaps and it has extra attachments like whisk and a bowl so like a mini victuals processor – good for doing things like breadcrumbs or pesto. Sandwhich Press – used mostly on weekends – also good to cook Hash Browns. George Forman Grill – use it 2 or 3 times a week, sausages, bacon, has browns etc. Tefal Irascible Cup – use this in place of a kettle as it just does one cup of hot water at a time – my husband is a tea drinker. Coffee Pod machine – use this 3 times a day – best thing ever. Toaster – of course – I have kids so it gets acclimated to every day. Breadmaker – gets used about 2 times a month. Slow Cooker – used to use this heaps but haven’t used it for a while – might dust it off before Winter and use it again. Apple peeler/corer – not moving but one of the best inventions as we have heaps of apples fo my husband cooks them up and freezes them or makesapple turnovers. Also have a kettle that goes on the little portable gas stove for when we have power cuts. Things I bought and utilized once and then gave away (or still considering giving away):. Juicer – WAY too hard to clean – gave away. Ice Cream Maker – makes such a small amount and we don’t eat much – gave away. Aliment Dehydrator – took 3 days to dry my tomatoes – still undecided about this – my husband won’t let me give it away. Donut maker – bought from K-Mart for $1 – used it once – might give it away. Slushi Maker – my son got one for Christmas a fwe years ago – we acclimatized it 4 times and it blew up. Wow that is a bit of a list – I do have a large kitchen, but hate wasting cupboard space so try and get rid of things if they are not what I expected. We have kettle, toaster, food processor, blender, deal out mixer, coffee machine, coffee grinder/spice grinder, electric frypan, electric grill, pie maker, donut maker, juicer, bread maker, draw off shake maker, chocolate fountain and water filter/drink... The pie and donut makers were from the op shop ($5. ) and have been used I think before you can turn around. The choc fountain was bought for a party and will be used for every party in the future probably, a big hit. The milk shake maker and juicer are in the op shop overwhelm leave as we speak.
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